As a Business student in the Management program at Roger Williams University you will learn how to budget, organize, plan, hire, direct, control and otherwise manage complex organizations. You will be challenged to think about issues such as diversity, ethics, politics and the many other dynamics that play a role in every work environment.
Hybrid (Online and In-Person)
Classes start: January 24
and March 22
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A degree in business Management will prepare you for a management career in human resources, procurement and purchasing, administrative services, health services and more.
How You'll Do It
The Management program at University College is characterized by a broad variety of classes ranging from managing human resources to planning and controlling a schedule flexible to your needs. No matter what your goals are, a degree in this program will help get you where you’re going by providing you with the knowledge, skills, and experience to build foundational management skills to understand and make significant business decisions for an organization.
Students in the business Management program learn how to budget, organize, plan, hire and more. With a degree in this program you can pursue a career in a vast array of business organizations, large and small, including your own entrepreneurial ventures.
Wherever you are in your career or educational journey, our dedicated faculty will support you every step of the way as you reach your career goals.
Individualized Support, More Affordable
At University College, you get the individualized attention of a private university at a more affordable cost. There are multiple options for financial aid, scholarships, and accelerated paths to get you to the degree you need. Some programs run by Roger Williams are awarded by simply applying for admission, while others are awarded to students through a more formal aid application process.
To ensure full consideration for all aid programs, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
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